Issue #119 invalid

Active Directory

tdcarvalho avatartdcarvalho created an issue

Hi, This is the first time I'm working with something like this. My problem is my superior said he wanted to make scm-manager a service working with the AD credentials, and he said to me to create a Virtual machine with Windows Server 2k8 for tests.

I downloaded scm-manager and installed the AD in the Windows Server.

My question: To connect the scm to the AD I must use ldap plug-in right? If not what should I use?

and if yes... I don't understand the configuration of the plug-in. I've been wandering from post to post but i believe that I've became more confused that I was in the beginning.

Can someone help me? Sorry about my bad English

Comments (1)

  1. Sebastian Sdorra

    Yes, you have to use the ldap plugin, because the AD-Plugin work only for 32Bit machines and i think win 2008 is 64Bit only. Install the Ldap-Plugin and choose the "ActiveDirectory" Profile and test the following settings:

    • Base DN: is build from your domain name for example: example.com is dc=example,dc=com
    • Connection DN: Leave the field empty for anonymous bind
    • Connection Password: Leave the field empty for anonymous bind
    • Host URL: ldaps:yourservername:636
    • Enabled: true

    After configuration click save and Test Connection. This settings should work with the most AD setups.

    Next time please use the mailing list (https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/scmmanager) for a question like this.

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